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Saturday, June 18, 2011

North American Hockey Classic (A/B Playoffs 97, 98 born)

97 born B Side
Team Pepsi 7 - Manitoba Crunch 4
Team Pepsi have punched their tickets to the "B" Finals with a win this morning over the Manitoba Crunch.  Ethan Price was once again story, scoring 3 more times.   Colt Conrad continued his strong play in the tournament will surely rise up our rankings after his performance here as he had another 2-3-5.  Colt leads team Pepsi so far in scoring with 3-7-10 while Price has 8 goals to lead the team and tournament.  For the Crunch, it was, Keegan Kolesar with 2-1-3 and Braden Purtill along with Zach Court scoring 1-1-2.

BC Jr. Heat 5 - Vancouver Island Stars 1
The Jr. Heat will meet Team Pepsi in the "B"side final with a convincing win over the team from Vancouver Island.  Blake Hollowaty led the way for the Heat with 3 goals and Brice Sharp had 4 assists in the game.  Jacbo Kranabetter had a strong game as well with 3 assists. 

97 born "A" Side
Minnesota Blades 5 - Saskatoon Jr. Blades3
In the North American Hockey Classic version of the "Battle of the Blades", it was the Blades from the south who beat the Blades  of the North to advance to the "A" Final.  Matthew Frytag led the way for the Minnesota Blades with 2 goals in this one.  Frytag and Tommy Novak are both tied for the team lead in points with 7 thus far.  For the Jr. Blades, it was once again all different goal scorers as has been the theme with this team as Hebig, Patterson and Campese all scored.  Campese added an assist for the only multiple point game on the team.  Every single player on the Jr. Blades roster minus the goalies have scored atleast a point.

Vancouver Selects 7 - Minnesota Machine 2
The Vancouver Selects remain undefeated in the tournament with an easy 7-2 victory to move on to the final against the Minnesota Blades.  The Selects beat the Blades in the first game of the tournament 5-3 already  so the Blades will look for some revenge.  Jordan Kawaguchi would once again score 2 more goals to really put a stamp on his all-star performance in Winnipeg.  Top ranked defenseman Tanner Browne scored 2 goals and 1 assist.  Ty Ronning had 2 more assists and Darien Craighead had 3 more.  Jordan Kawaguchi has 7-3-10, Darien Craighead 1-9-10 and Ty Ronning 2-6-8  have been the offensive stars thus far for Vancouver. 

98 born Scoring Leaders "AAA Super Elite"
Alberta Wolverines  Sam Steel 3 8 11

Minnesota Blades  Joey Anderson 5 5 10
Jr Steelers  Dylan Thiessen 5 4 9
Alberta Wolverines  Jordan Taupert 3 6 9
Vancouver Vipers  Jaeger White 3 6 9
Jr Steelers  Vince Loschiavo 4 4 8
Vancouver Vipers  Dante Hannoun 6 1 7
Alberta Wolverines  Nolan Volcan 5 2 7
Minnesota Blades  Kieffer Bellows 4 3 7
Alberta Wolverines  Ryan Jevne 4 3 7
Vancouver Selects  Michael Regush 4 3 7

It should be pointed out that Dallas Miller has 21 points with his Mallard Stars  team who are playing in the AAA division, not the top division mind you.  However, he has been in on 21 of his teams 31 goals so far.

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